“There are a lot of cargo bikes today, but many of them are from Ghent or Kortryk. It is a little easier to ride cargo bikes out there. Or in Berlin. Or London. All of them are flatlands. Not so Continue reading →
“There are always decisions to make when you look for a folding bike. I wanted something a little stiffer, like mountain bike and the X-type riding. It is a faster bike. If I had my way, I would have the handlebars lower so you have a more aggressive, racing position. But I have already changed the crankset for something stiffer, harder to ride. I do not want an electric bike. I like to pedal the bike.”
The Kring ride went out today. Well, they go out every Sunday. But this is a motley crew, if there ever was one. This ride is shepherded by PedalBXL. A bit quicker than touring rides. This one taps 28kmph and a Continue reading →
BXL Tour was on Sunday and over 3,000 cyclists rocked up for the first Brussels 50km bike race. This was no pro peloton event – although the number of carbon fibre bikes and prevalence of spandex, might have left a different impression on many.
This is, in all modesty, one of the nicest images of Sean Kelly. And I took it. That moment in time was at the race in Hamilton Ontario in the late eighties. Sean Kelly and a Francesco Moser had been persuaded to Continue reading →